Wednesday, April 15, 2015

OK, it's not everyday you see a team come from behind, score three runs without a hit, and win the game

April 14, 2015: A three-run, come-from-behind, game-winning rally.  Entering the bottom of the seventh, the Red Sox were down 7-5 against the visiting Washington Nationals. The first Sox batter reached on an error. There followed a hit batsman, then an out, and then yet another hit batsman, loading the bases.  Next came an error by the pitcher, who fielded but then threw the ball away wildly trying to cut down the runner at home. Two runs scored, tying the game.  A groundout scored the go-ahead run. And the Sox won, 8-7. 

Nice to see Koji back in good form, too.

Love the "walk-up" music for both Tazawa and Uehara.

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